new employee orientation - brigham young university · pdf file 2020-02-06 · byu...

Click here to load reader

Post on 09-Jun-2020

0 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • New Employee Orientation Brigham Young University

    Handbook 2020

  • 1BYU New Employee Orientation Handbook 2020

    Contents

    Welcome to BYU .................................................................................................................... 1

    Personnel Conduct Policy .................................................................................................. 2

    Compliance | Y-Alert System | University Police ............................................................. 3

    Risk Management | Employee Relations | Equal Opportunity ................................... 4

    Title IX | Information Security ............................................................................................. 5

    Software | Training ............................................................................................................... 6

    Value Added Benefits ........................................................................................................... 7

    BYU Wellness Program ......................................................................................................... 8

    Deseret Mutual Insurance ................................................................................................... 9

    Supplemental Benefits ....................................................................................................... 12

    Retirement Plans ................................................................................................................. 15

    Tuition ................................................................................................................................... 18

    General Information .......................................................................................................... 21

    Forms .................................................................................................................................... 23

    Deseret Mutual Phone System ......................................................................................... 29

    General Contact Information ........................................................................................... 30

    Welcome To BYU

    Nestled at the foot of “Y Mountain” BYU stands as an ensign to the nations and the flagship educational institution of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

    We are excited that you have chosen to pursue your career at Brigham Young University and contribute your talents and skills in achieving the mission of BYU. You have chosen to join a community of faculty, staff, and students, who desire to strengthen faith in Jesus Christ, obtain knowledge through study and prayer, and seek to serve others.

    We hope you will participate in the many opportunities on campus to learn and grow personally and professionally. BYU’s greatest resource is its people, men and women of faith and competence. You bring a unique set of gifts and talents to the university and we are better because of you. You have the opportunity and responsibility to have a positive influence on the students, staff, faculty, alumni, and guests who frequent our community.

    Our Mission The mission of Brigham Young University – founded, supported, and guided by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – is to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and

    W el

    co m

    e to

    B YU

    eternal life. Education at BYU aims to have both those who teach in the classroom and those who direct activities outside the classroom responsible for contributing to this complete educational vision.

    Aims of A BYU Education BYU seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and to serve others throughout their lives. These are the common aims of all education at BYU. Thus, a BYU education should be:

    • Spiritually Strengthening

    • Intellectually Enlarging

    • Character Building

    • Lifelong Learning and Service

    This handbook is a resource for you as a new member of the BYU community. It will provide valuable information as you begin to work and make benefits decisions. This handbook is not a contract of employment. Human Resource Services retains the right to change or modify the contents of this document without notice.

  • 3BYU New Employee Orientation Handbook 20202 BYU New Employee Orientation Handbook 2020

    We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men. . . . If there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy, we seek after these things. (Thirteenth Article of Faith).

    As a matter of personal commitment, the faculty, administration, staff, and students of Brigham Young University seek to demonstrate in daily living on and off campus those moral virtues encompassed in the gospel of Jesus Christ, and will

    • Be honest

    • Live a chaste and virtuous life

    • Obey the law and all campus policies

    • Use clean language

    • Respect others

    • Abstain from alcoholic beverages, tobacco, tea, coffee, and substance abuse

    • Participate regularly in church services

    • Observe Dress and Grooming Standards

    • Encourage others in their commitment to comply with the Honor Code

    Additional critical expectations of all who work at BYU are set forth in the Personnel Conduct Policy and include the following:

    • Obey the law and all university policies found at policy.byu.edu

    • Be wise stewards over entrusted resources

    • Respect others and refrain from unlawful discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct

    • Ensure a safe working environment by following safety programs and reporting unsafe conditions

    • Disclose, reduce, and manage conflicts of interest in employee hiring and vendor selection

    • Report suspected noncompliance with laws or policies to supervisors or the compliance hotline

    Read the full Personnel Conduct Policy at policy.byu.edu.

    Pe rs

    on ne

    l C on

    du ct

    P ol

    ic y

    | Co

    m pl

    ia nc

    e |

    Y- A

    le rt

    S ys

    te m

    | U

    ni ve

    rs it

    y Po

    lic e

    Integrity & Compliance

    BYU’s Integrity and Compliance Office (ICO) oversees the university’s compliance and ethics program by promoting a culture of integrity and compliance in day-to-day decisions and actions. The ICO provides the campus community with information and updates about relevant laws and university policies, facilitates the university’s policy-making process, maintains the searchable university policy website (policy.byu.edu), and administers the compliance hotline (1-888-238- 1062) for confidentially reporting of suspected compliance violations. For more information, visit compliance.byu.edu or call 801-422-6103.

    Y-Alert System The Y-Alert System is the emergency alert system on BYU campus. This system is used by University Police will inform the campus community of an emergency on BYU campus. Please watch the Y-Alert online training at ytrain.byu.edu for more instructions.

    Follow the steps to register your cell phone number to receive a Y-Alert Emergency text message. If you have any questions regarding the Y-Alert System, please contact the University Police.

    University Police

    University Police patrol campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call 801-422-2222 to connect to the University Police Dispatch Center. If you dial 911 while on campus, the call will go to Provo Police Dispatch, which will then route the call to the University Police. For more information about police services, visit the University Police website at police.byu.edu.

    Parking Park only in designated areas. Parking in non- designated areas might result in a citation or a loss of your campus parking privileges. To park on campus, you must register your vehicle at cars. byu.edu. Enter your vehicle information including the license plate number. You can register more than one vehicle; however, only one vehicle can be designated as active in the registration system. The active vehicle is the only vehicle you are allowed to park on campus in “A,C,G,or Y” lots.

    Safe Walk The University Police provide a walking escort service from one campus location to another, which is available 24 hours a day to any employee or student. To schedule a Safe Walk escort, call the University Police Dispatch Center (801-422- 2222). Be prepared to notify the dispatcher of your current location and your desired destination. Call at least 10 minutes prior to your desired departure, and be prompt in your arrival at your meeting location. Please note these services apply only to locations on campus, and do not extend to off-campus locations.

    Digital Safe Walk A digital safe walk feature on the BYU Mobile app allows students and employees, who don’t feel safe walking to their destination to activate a tracking system with police dispatch.

    Emergency Preparedness All BYU faculty and staff are requested to watch 20 to Ready, Shots Fired (the school version), and Flash Point, which are available at ytrain.byu.edu.

    Brigham Young University exists to “assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life” by providing education in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of The Church of Jesu